Donald Trump Says This ‘Important Message’ Is Being Sent To Big Tech – The List

Posted: December 10, 2021 at 7:18 pm

It's not immediately clear where Trump might have gotten the $1 billion pipeline to fund his venture, since Reuters points out that investors aren't too keen to associate with him, particularly after his supporters launched a deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6. Still and all, the money allows him to move ahead with plans to launch a social media platform in early 2022, followed by a video-on-demand subscription service that is meant to provide entertainment, as well as news and information.

But it's still not clear whether the company is in a position to make its target launch date, even if that's meant to happen next year. While Trump Media and Technology Group originally said they would send out an invitation-only beta version of its new social media site in November, CNBC points out that we've seen no official announcements that the platform is actually online except for an early test site that almost immediately fell victim to internet pranksters.

While tech companies are known to let deadlines come and go, the business network pointed out that the November Invitation-only launch was critical because investors needed to know that Trump's tech company was in a position to deliver. For now, all investors have is the promise of a conservative digital ecosystem that aims to entertain and inform a niche audience.

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